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This workshop will explore interpolation and heat mapping tools in the free open source software QGIS. Many phenomena are continuous (for example: elevation, soils, temperatures) but data on these subjects are collected in discrete locations as points.  Interpolation is a commonly used GIS technique to create continuous surface from discrete points – a way of transforming vector data into raster data. Heat mapping is a method of taking point data and showing intensity of occurrences in an attractive raster format.

Date:
Monday, February 13, 2017
Time:
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location:
Beaumont West Instruction Room (Main Library: 2 West)
Presenter:
Amanda Tickner and Kasey Wilson
Categories:
Mapping & GIS
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